CORROSION RESISTANT HIGH SAFETY CYLINDER FOR THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY
Our stainless steel gas cylinders represent a solution which is not only lighter than carbon steel alternatives, but also include a number of additional advantages over and above its competitors. The many unique properties afforded by stainless steel means that it is superior in quality in comparison to aluminium and composite cylinders thus, making it the strongest candidate for material selection.
Manufactured using high quality stainless steel (AISI 304 - other grades available on request)
Company name can be embossed in the shroud
Large foot ring to protect circular weld
Embossed profiles for extra protection of the cylinder
All sizing formats smaller than 27.2 liters with the same diameter (300mm) available
RAP: pressure machines regulation
RRP: pressure containers regulations
ADR: International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road
RID: International transport of dangerous goods by train
IMDG: International marine code of dangerous goods
EC 1999/36 (PI approved)
EN 14140 (LPG)
Two or four grips in the shroud for easy handling
Lighter than carbon steel - reducing transport and handling costs
Environmentally friendly - 100% recyclable
Unbeatable life expectancy due to excellent corrosion resistance
Ability to withstand high pressure
Modern and sophisticated design
Low maintenance costs
Approval for all major standards
Suitable to store ultra-purified LPG
Plus many more.
Volume in liters
Height of the cylinder
Weight of the empty
8,5 kg aprox
Capacity in kg “propane”
* Other capacities available on request
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